Florida Senate - 2017                        COMMITTEE AMENDMENT
       Bill No. CS for SB 368
                              LEGISLATIVE ACTION                        
                    Senate             .             House              
                  Comm: RCS            .                                
                  04/13/2017           .                                

       Appropriations Subcommittee on Transportation, Tourism, and
       Economic Development (Montford) recommended the following:
    1         Senate Amendment (with title amendment)
    3         Delete lines 73 - 75
    4  and insert:
    5         (20) That portion of S.R. 349 between U.S. 98/S.R. 55 in
    6  Dixie County and S.R. 20 in Lafayette County is designated as
    7  “Joe Anderson, Jr., Memorial Highway.”
    8         (21) The pair of bridges, bridge numbers 900110 and 900111,
    9  over Pine Channel on U.S. 1/S.R. 5 in Monroe County is
   10  designated as the “Irene U. Hooper Memorial Bridges.”
   11         (22) That portion of U.S. 1/S.R. 15 between 5th Avenue and
   12  C.R. 108 in Nassau County is designated as “Emmitt G. Coakley
   13  Memorial Highway.”
   14         (23) That portion of U.S. 98/S.R. 30 between Rosewood Drive
   15  in Okaloosa County and Sunrise Drive in Santa Rosa County is
   16  designated as “Warren E. ‘Charlie’ and Shirley Brown Memorial
   17  Highway.”
   18         (24) That portion of U.S. 90 from Chumuckla Highway to
   19  Woodbine Road in Santa Rosa County is designated as “Sheriff
   20  Wendell Hall Highway.”
   21         (25) That portion of S.R. 580 in Pinellas County is
   22  designated as “Senator Gerald S. ‘Jerry’ Rehm Highway.”
   23         (26) Bridge number 570172 on U.S. 90/S.R. 10 over the
   24  Yellow River in Okaloosa County is designated as “William H.
   25  ‘Bill’ Mapoles Bridge.”
   26         (27) Bridge number 570175 on 77th Special Forces Way over
   27  State Road 85 in Okaloosa County is designated as “Brigadier
   28  General Thomas ‘Mark’ Stogsdill Memorial Overpass.”
   29         (28) That portion of S.R. 408 between Kirkman Road and
   30  Clarke Road in Orange County is designated as “Arnold Palmer
   31  Expressway.”
   32         (29) That portion of C.R. 1476/N.E. 8th Avenue between N.E.
   33  15th Street and N.E. 26th Terrace in Alachua County is
   34  designated as “Rev. Dr. Thomas A. Wright Boulevard.”
   35         (30) That portion of Palm Avenue between Pembroke Road and
   36  Miramar Parkway in Broward County is designated as “Candice
   37  Ellize Francois Street.”
   38         (31) That portion of S.R. 9/N.W. 27th Avenue between S.R.
   39  934/N.W. 79th Street and N.W. 41st Street in Miami-Dade County
   40  is designated as “Georgia Ayers Way.”
   41         (32) That portion of N.W. 32nd Avenue between N.W. 87th
   42  Street and N.W. 83rd Street in Miami-Dade County is designated
   43  as “Dr. Clifford Garfield O’Connor Street.”
   44         (33) That portion of U.S. 441/S.R. 7 between N.W. 155th
   45  Lane and N.W. 151st Street in Miami-Dade County is designated as
   46  “Robert ‘Bobby’ L. Parker, Sr., Memorial Highway.”
   47         (34) Bridge number 870054 on S.R. 112/W. 41st Street/Arthur
   48  Godfrey Road in Miami Beach is designated as the “Senator Paul
   49  B. Steinberg Bridge.”
   50         (35) That portion of U.S. 1 between Broward Boulevard and
   51  Sunrise Boulevard, in Broward County, is designated as “The Hope
   52  and Healing Highway.”
   53         (36) The Department of Transportation is directed to erect
   54  suitable markers designating the transportation facilities as
   55  described in this section.
   56         Section 2. United States Armed Forces commemoration;
   57  Department of Transportation to erect appropriate signage.—
   58         (1) The Department of Transportation is directed to erect
   59  appropriate signage as described in subsection (2), at intervals
   60  determined by the department, along that portion of S.R.
   61  589/Veterans Expressway between S.R. 60 in Hillsborough County
   62  and U.S. 98 in Hernando County.
   63         (2)The department shall erect an appropriate sign to
   64  commemorate each of the following conflicts involving the United
   65  States Armed Forces:
   66         (a)World War I.
   67         (b)World War II.
   68         (c)The Korean War.
   69         (d)The Vietnam War.
   70         (e)Operation Desert Shield.
   71         (f)Operation Desert Storm.
   72         (g)Operation Enduring Freedom.
   73         (h)Operation Iraqi Freedom.
   74         Section 3. Section 1 of chapter 26497, Laws of Florida,
   75  1951, is amended to read:
   76         Section 1. That the following described route be and the
   77  same is hereby declared, designated and established as a State
   78  Road, forming a part of the connecting system of the State of
   79  Florida, and shall be known as the SHEPARD BROAD CAUSEWAY
   81         Beginning at the intersection of State Road AIA and 96th
   82  Street in Dade County, Florida, and running in a Westerly
   83  direction, as nearly near as possible in a direct line, through
   84  the Town of Bay Harbor Islands, Florida, across Broad Causeway,
   85  spanning Biscayne Bay, and through the Town of North Miami,
   86  Florida, to the point where such highway shall intersect with
   87  State Road Number 7, along the most practicable and feasible
   88  route to be determined by the State Road Department.
   89         Section 4. The Department of Transportation is directed to
   90  erect suitable markers correcting the designation of the
   91  transportation facility pursuant to the amendment made to
   92  section 1 of chapter 26497, Laws of Florida, 1951.
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   95  And the title is amended as follows:
   96         Delete line 6
   97  and insert:
   98         to erect suitable markers; directing the department to
   99         erect signage in specified counties to commemorate
  100         certain conflicts involving the United States Armed
  101         Forces; amending chapter 26497, Laws of Florida, 1951;
  102         revising the name of an honorary designation of a
  103         transportation facility in a specified county;
  104         amending chapter 2014-228,